3 Replies Latest reply: Nov 24, 2007 4:24 AM by JWST
muckerman Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
Greetings:

This is my first post, so bear with me!

I am using an older machine (PowerBook G4 - Titanium - 1GHz) with the Mac OS X 10.2.8 version. I use the graphics software CorelDRAW (for Mac), and am currently using version 10.

I just purchased Leopard, and really want to install it. However, I realize that I will need to do a complete "Erase & Install" because it is not possible to just upgrade from 10.2.8. My obvious fear is this:

WILL MY DEAR CORELDRAW V. 10 FOR MAC STILL INSTALL ONTO AND BE COMPATIBLE WITH LEOPARD ?

I had thought about running CorelDRAW from Bootcamp, but from what I've read, Bootcamp only works on Intel-based operating systems (which this machine does not have).

A newer version of CorelDRAW (for Mac), version 11, is available, but it may be that this will also not install onto and be compatible with Leopard. If necessary, I could purchase this newer version (11) if someone out there has had success with it on Leopard.

I hope someone out there can answer this question. I am terrified of not being able to access all of my old CorelDRAW files if things go horribly wrong. So, I will hold off on installing Leopard until I get an answer from someone, somewhere!

Thanks for your time, Arden

PowerBook G4 (Titanium), Mac OS X (10.2.x)